Oregon counts more gray wolves in 2020, but concerns for their safety abound

From OPB.org in Oregon:

The total population of gray wolves in Oregon increased again in 2020, continuing the species’ slow but steady rebound.

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Wednesday it counted a total of 173 wolves this past winter — up 9.5% from the previous year. That is likely an undercount of the entire wolf population in the state, but serves as a minimum estimate.

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